Halloween in Singapore: Five spooky crafts for kids

We've found five creepy crafts that monsters of all sizes will love making this Halloween...

We’re never happier than when our kids want to break out the craft kit: we confess it’s one of our fave ways to spend time with the kiddos without a whole heap of fuss! And with Halloween happening next month, we’re turning our minds to some skele-fun with these five spooky crafts for kids…

1. Let’s get the party startled, folks, with these oh-so-cute mummy mason jars (pictured above) by It All Started With Paint.

Popsicle witches, fang-tastic spiders and paper plate ghouls. Creeping it real, people. Photography: This Girl’s Life Blog, Molly Moo Crafts and Crafts On de Thermorecetas

2. What better way to serve up your spooky treats than with these un-boo-lievably fun Halloween-themed paper plate creations by Crafts On de Thermorecetas. Don’t forget to hit Google translate so you don’t go batty deciphering the instructions!

3. We’ve long been fans of recycling our rolls with toilet roll craft ops, so we can’t wait to spin up a creepy craft session to try this Molly Moo Crafts tutorial.

Ditch the real pumpkins and whip up some paper Jack O’Lanterns instead. Photography: Activities for Kids

4. Let’s face it, pumpkins here in Singapore are eye-wateringly expensive! We’re loving this paper Jack O’Lantern alternative by Activities for Kids: Add LED lights for extra Halloween pizzazz.

5. Gather your ghoulfriends and practise your best resting witch face with This Girl’s Life Blog’s popsicle witch tutorial.

Like this story? Here’s more we think you’ll enjoy:
DIY slime and playdough
Wet day winners: things to do on a rainy day
Five cardboard box craft ideas
Where to buy art and craft supplies in Singapore